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  • Connecting through the Blockchain: The UWI Cave Hill to partner with BITT

    As it accelerates the roll out of cutting-edge academic programmes on its Smart Campus platform, the Cave Hill campus is gearing to introduce the study of Blockchain technologies. Plans are in train to offer a specialization in the revolutionary technology that underlies bitcoin and other digital transactions from the next academic, 2019/2020. ...

  • Pace Like Fire!

    Twenty-four young cricketers received the chance to hone their bowling skills through the Pace Like Fire programme which ran from September 3rd to 4th, 2018. Pace Like Fire is an initiative of The UWI Faculty of Sport and is intended to identify and develop the skills of young male and female players across the region with raw bowling pace. A...

  • Dr. Jan Yves Remy Appointed Deputy Director of the Shridath Ramphal Centre

    Dr. Jan Yves Natalie Remy has been appointed deputy director of the Shridath Ramphal Centre effective August 27, 2018. Dr. Remy brings to the post almost two decades of global experience in international trade law, working in various capacities on behalf of governments and private stakeholders. Prior to this post, Dr. Remy spent five years in ...

  • Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur Donates Cabinet Papers to The UWI Cave Hill

    Former Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur with Principal and Pro-Vice Chancellor Eudine Barriteau before the start of the lecture Former Prime Minister of Barbados, The Right Honourable Owen Seymour Arthur, has donated papers collated during his 14-year tenure in office to The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill. ...

  • The Policy of the Barbados Government on the Funding of Tuition at The UWI, Cave Hill Campus

    The following are excerpts from the Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training re the revised policy on the funding of tuition fees: Students who obtained a Bachelor’s degree with First Class or Upper Second Class Honours would be eligible for automatic sponsorship of their Tuition Fees on enrolment in a second undergraduate degree programme.